Granola BarTM

Satisfy your sweet tooth with our chewy Keto Granola Bar™ snacks. Packed with delicious ingredients like almond butter and coconut, but with a nutritious twist thanks to only 1g sugar and 2-3g net carbs.

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227 reviews

Coconut Cocoa Chip Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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207 reviews

Almond Butter Cocoa Chip Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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61 reviews

Blueberry Almond Vanilla Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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157 reviews

Peanut Butter Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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37 reviews

Honey Nut Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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120 reviews

Maple Pecan Keto Granola Bar

Regular price $ 24.99(12-Pack)
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1914 reviews

Keto Granola Bar Variety

Regular price $ 14.99(6-Pack)
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Never compromise taste for nutrition






Best granola bars on the market

For real, I’ve tried almost ALL of the healthy one sand these are the best tasting granola bars on the market. Pure perfection!!

Jennifer B.

So good!

Love these! Healthy and so many tasty flavors...my whole family is obsessed! We are def customers for life.

Anthony R.

Best tasting bars!

I love these bars so much! They remind me of the chewy granola bars I ate as a kid! Totally recommend!!!!

Sarah T.

Keto Granola Bar Rocks

If you are looking for a great tasting, low carb, granola bar — look no further. With a plethora of bars available in the Keto market, Munk Pack continues to rise above its competitors.

James S.

Munk Pack Delivers on New Flavors

I am so blown away by the flavor! These bars are jam-packed with nutrients and aren’t loaded down with all the artificial sugars or flavor enhancers like so many other bars.

Jenna W.


The term “net carbs” refers to carbohydrates that are absorbed by the body. To calculate net carbs in Munk Pack products, you subtract the fiber, allulose (if present) and glycerin (if present) from the total carbs. The net carb calculation for all of our keto-friendly products can be found on the packaging and on the corresponding product pages.

Allulose is a sweetener found naturally in small amounts in maple syrup, figs and raisins. Our source is produced from non-bioengineered corn. Allulose has virtually no impact on blood sugar and insulin.

Allulose is an ingredient in our Keto Granola Bars and our Keto Nut & Seed bars. As of April 2019, the FDA released new guidelines allowing allulose to be excluded from total sugar and added sugar counts on nutrition labels, based on data showing that allulose is not metabolized by the human body in the same way as table sugar. It has fewer calories, produces only negligible increases in blood glucose or insulin levels, and does not promote dental decay. Allulose is also not a sugar alcohol and cannot be listed elsewhere in the Nutrition Facts panel.

Our Keto Granola Bars and Keto Nut & Seed Bars contain 0g of added sugar per the Nutrition Facts panel. They are sweetened with allulose, which is technically a form of sugar, but the FDA allows it to be excluded from total sugar and added sugar counts based on findings that it has a negligible impact on blood glucose and insulin levels. In our Protein Cookies we use cane sugar. For quantities used, see the Added Sugar amounts listed in the Nutrition Facts panels on the product wrappers.

Our soluble tapioca fiber is a resistant dextrin, which is a keto-friendly fiber. It is derived from non-GMO tapioca starch that’s broken down through an enzymatic-based process. The resulting fiber is a natural sweetener that shouldn’t kick you out of ketosis or impact your blood sugar.

Some brands use isomaltooligosaccharides (IMOs) and label them as soluble tapioca fiber in the ingredients. IMOs are not keto-friendly and can kick you out of ketosis. We do not use IMOs in any of our products.

When soluble tapioca fiber is listed as an ingredient in our products, this is actual soluble tapioca fiber. We do not use isomaltooligosaccharides (IMOs) in any of our products.

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